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Boucheron reinterprets signature codes

The first jeweller of Place Vendôme modernises the Maison’s Grosgrain, Clou de Paris motifs.

Boucheron, the first jeweller on the Place Vendôme, has worked its magic once again on its iconic Quatre design, deconstructing it to create a more modern representation of its distinct motifs. The result is a fresh range of bangle bracelets and rings bearing the brand’s signature Grosgrain and Clou de Paris codes, which can be worn alone or together. Available in yellow, white and pink gold, the pieces represent the heart of the house and the spirit of the City of Lights with sleek style and effortless elegance.

These two designs, in particular, offer their wearers an everlasting taste of Paris: The Clou de Paris traces the cobblestones of the Place Vendôme and suggest a path through the city, while the Grosgrain, resembling a ribbon of gold, pays tribute to Frédéric Boucheron’s family, drapers who inspired the fluid suppleness of his jewellery creations.

Since it was launched in 2004, Boucheron’s Quatre collection has seen numerous revisions that added new pieces, materials and finishes. The White Edition and the Black Edition welcomed white hyceramic and black and white gold, respectively. And to mark the Maison’s 120th anniversary at 26 Place Vendôme in 2013, Quatre went oversize with its monochrome Radiant Edition.